Exploring the people and the events that helped to shape Belfast and the wider mid- Antrim area one hundred years ago.
As part of the North East PEACE III Partnership's Cultural Fusions project, Stitching and unstitching The Troubles explores the multi-layered impact of local and international conflict through textile artworks known as arpilleras.
Behid every treasured object is a story, revealing much about our individual personal histories, customs abnd traditions.
This small exhibition of early photographs of Carnlough has been drawn entirely from local man, the late Mr Jim McNeill's, private collection.
Through a series of attractively-produced display banners, this exhibition tells the story of the Covenanters in Ulster.
The plantation of Ulster 400 years ago had a profound influence on the development of the North of Ireland. Along with maps and other archival material, this exhibition draws on recent archaeoloical evidence which has unearthed a story which challenges common perception of this period.
Find out more about The Braid's upcoming exhibition programme here.
The History Gallery offers intriguing and revealing themes that explore identity, people and place. The gallery tells the story of mid-Antrim from earliest times to the present day, wrapped in its national and international context.
Visitors begin their journey when they enter the Museum Atrium, a dramatic fourteen metre high space that contains a number of special installations that are designed to introduce themes of people and place, along with the role of the collection in reflecting local history and identity.
This exhibition looks at the relationship between Early Man and his environment. As humans developed their available range of tools and skills, so they increasingly left their mark on the landscape in the form of haunting stone and earth monuments.
Megalithic tombs and stone circles were built by people living in Ireland around 6000 years ago. How were they built and why were they so important?
The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2013 is 'Communities Together: Build a Bridge'
Titanic Honour & Glory exhibition was launched 10 years ago and is a national touring exhibition that prides itself in preserving the history of the Titanic and the White Star Line.
This special exhibition has been curated by two groups of young people from Ballymena and Sligo.
This exhibition comprises 76 prints selected from the work of members of Northern Ireland camera clubs.
On February 11th Dunclug Youth Forum travelled to The Model in Sligo to attend the launch of an exhibition they have co- curated with youth in Sligo, entitled Double Vision.
Mid-Antrim Museum will mark the London Olympics by hosting a travelling exhibition by the Ulster Sports Museum Association which highlights Ulster's past sporting achievements to inspire young people to get involved and excel in sport
Internationally acclaimed photographic exhibition comes to Ballymena
The Mid-Antrim Museum at The Braid celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with a display of royal memorabilia from its collection.
Ballymena Arts Festival presents the annual Vis Art Exhibition.
One of the most popular exhibitions on display in recent years makes a welcome return this March.
Exploring our community traditions of parades, processions and marches.
The Mid-Antrim Museum is hosting The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain Inter-Federation Print Exhibition 2011 between 10 November and 23 February 2012.
The theme for HMD 2012 (27 January) asks us all to Speak Up, Speak Out to create a safer, better future.
Explore the fascinating collections of archival records, everyday objects and photographs. Find out how museums bring to life the world of our ancestors.
This year 1st Cullybackey Scout Group are celebrating their 75th anniversary.
Experience landscape art through imagery, sound and texture
Craft Northern Ireland and the Crafts Council of Ireland have designated 2011 as Year of Craft.
This exhibition explores some of Mid-Antrim's most legendary stories and compares them with the recorded history of the sites concerned.
Anne Frank's diary is one of the most famous and widely read diaries in the world but now a different aspect of Anne Frank's life has been put into pictures.
Two complementary exhibitions explores farming and school life from the early to mid-twentieth century.
A Common Thread Exhibition - quilts and embroidery inspired by the poetry of the Rhyming Weavers
'Flow' is a joint art exhibition between the Department of Finance and Personnel in Northern Ireland and the Office of Public Works (Republic of Ireland). This is the thirteenth annual joint exhibition between the two Departments and features forty pieces of government owned artworks.
Local man, Mr John Pattison, has been invited by the Mid-Antrim Museum to display his rare and substantial collection of Great War, Second World War and Home Rule artefacts in The Braid during the month of August.
These two exhibitions 'The Art of the Troubles' and 'Images of Ireland: The Politics of Culture, 1886-1916' have been developed through the PEACE III Cultural Fusions programme.
This exhibition is a must see for anyone interested in the two major military conflicts of the Twentieth Century.
Cambridge House first opened its doors at 1 Audley Terrace on Tuesday 1 February 1910.
In the sesquicentennial year of the 1859 Ulster Revival, this exhibition highlights how remarkable objects reflect faith both locally and globally.
27 January 2010, Holocaust Memorial Day, marks the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
This year Ballymena Borough Council celebrates seventy years in existence.
An exhibition celebrating the role of museums in preserving our shared heritage.
The Northern Ireland Photographic Association (NIPA) annual print exhibition comprises 75 prints selected from the work of members of Northern Ireland camera clubs.
A Celebration of Community History is the Mid-Antrim Museums Service's Making History exhibition showcasing the achievements of local community groups in Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey.
RL Russell taught for 34 years, from 1923 until 1957, as Master at Tullygrawley Public Elementary School in Cullybackey. This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary artistic results that Russell obtained from his pupils.
The regional commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day is organised each year by the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister in co-operation with representatives of the Belfast Jewish Community and other interested groups. In association with the commemoration, the exhibition, The Kindertransport Journey... Memory into History will be on display at the Mid-Antrim Museum at The Braid until Saturday 14th February 2009.
This exhibition features objects from the museum collection chosen by over forty people from the local community. Come along and vote for your favourite object from those on display!
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland touring exhibition of recent acquisitions purchased since 2003 includes the work of both emerging and established artists who are from Northern Ireland or who work here.
Holocaust Memorial Day (27th January 2011) remembers victims and survivors of the Holocaust.
Although the inscriptions of The Old Churchyard are not available online, they have been recorded and printed in the booklet 'Headstone Inscriptions in the Old Churchyard Ballymena' by Debroy Barr.
This museum publication on the Home Rule Crisis as it played out in Ballymena is available to purchase from the The Braid Museum & Arts Centre Ballymena, Camerons (Ballymena), Larne TIC, Easons and Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre.
The exhibition 'China: Through the Lens of John Thomson 1868-72' has an accompanying hard-backed catalogue for sale.
T celebrate EHOD the Mid-Antrim Museum has organised a tour of the Town Hall and the museum's collection stores.